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Raja Parasuraman Studies Aging

Raja Parasuraman Studies Aging

Within the next 30 years, the number of residents 65 and older in this region will more than double. Currently, Psychology's Parasuraman is engaged in research that will help agencies deal with the health and social issues involving the aging population.

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A Two-Way Conversation with Seniors — Over Lunch

A Two-Way Conversation with Seniors — Over Lunch

Considering the fact that the College of Humanities and Social Sciences separated from the College of Science in 2006 and a new dean was appointed, not to mention the name of the college changed twice, it is possible that many members of the Class of 2008 suffer from a sort of identity crisis. At the very least, it is doubtful that at the beginning of the academic year, many could pick the Dean Jack Censer out of a line-up.

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Wagner on Tony Schumacher

Wagner on Tony Schumacher

Imgard Wagner, Modern and Classical Languages, published an essay "Tony Schumacher, Jugendschriftstellerin aus Ludwigsburg, Zeugin bewegter Zeiten," in a volume on 18th- to 20th-century women writers from the Ludwigsburg area. Irmgard's essay portrays the children's literature writer Tony Schumacher (1848-1931) as a witness of the eventful times in which she lived and wrote.

Dr. Vernon Smith Awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics

Dr. Vernon Smith Awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics

Along with Dr. Daniel Kahneman, Dr. Smith was given this award "for having established laboratory experiments as a tool in empirical economic analysis, especially in the study of alternative market mechanisms." To hear Dr. Smith's Nobel Prize lecture and other resources please visit the Nobel e-Museum's website.

Administration of Justice

Administration of Justice

Criminal justice? Law? Social services? Interested? Then a major (BS) in administration of justice is for you. In this major you go beyond narrow technical topics to grasp the larger role of justice administration in society. The course offerings cover the justice system, as well as the social, human, and moral problems raised in the administration of justice. A major in administration of justice will prepare you for a career in law, law enforcement, corrections, social services, probation, or juvenile justice.

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